AT&T Mobility CEO Ralph de la Vega discussed a range of issues Monday related to the carrier's future, including the company's commitment to its partnerships with vendors and application developers, during a keynote at the International CES and a subsequent interview with All Things D. The company said five new LTE Android devices are on the way, and it issued a new API platform in an effort to encourage developers to write HTML5 apps. AT&T said it plans to offer development tools for speech and messaging apps, music, advertising, storage and payments.

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